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Failed to download RSS feed. Reason: Unknown error #10128

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brvnogit opened this Issue Jan 6, 2019 · 0 comments

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brvnogit commented Jan 6, 2019

qBittorrent version and Operating System

qBittorrent v4.1.5 x64, Windows Server 2012

What is the problem

Failed to download RSS feed at 'https://yts.am/rss'. Reason: Unknown error

This used to appear in the logs but it would get the list of the torrents anyway, but in the last 5 consecutive days it's not getting anything new and refuses to work.
But if I go on the browser to 'https://yts.am/rss', I get the XML just fine with new torrents.

Note: I did notice that when I do open the link in the browser for the first time in that day, the "checking your browser blah blah blah 5 seconds wait" from Cloudflare shows up before the XML file page. I guess the qbit rss feeder gets stuck in there?

What is the expected behavior

To work, lmao
jk
To grab the newly torrent links.

Steps to reproduce

Add the RSS feed yourself and let me know if it works.

Extra info(if any)

I am not using any VPN nor proxy whatsoever. This has worked 100% before, then started to log a failed attempt to grab the links but getting them anyway until now not working at all. The only thing different from the beginning is having other RSS feeds working (because the yts.am/rss was the first RSS I've added). Even removed the auto download rule for the YTS feed.
Yes I've tried removing it, adding it again, refreshing manually and even played with other generated RSS feeds from https://yts.am/rss-guide. None of that domain worked.
I have auto-refresh set to every 30 minutes and Maximum articles per feed at 100.

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